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Silk Road Assassins: State Of Ruin

Silk Road Assassins have unlocked the inherent but underused therapeutic properties of trap and grime production, refined to the point of purity and elevate their value to the point of becoming music that can sit comfortably alongside any contemporary sub-genre of electronica.

Wen: EPHEM:ERA

Wading through more bullshit than Pusha T claiming Pablo Escobar-esque parables and “beef”, while Kanye’s warbling humbleness, really, there aren’t better openings for taunting new music, much like Wen opening up his sophomore album ‘EPHEM:ERA’ with ‘Silhouette’, when he starts fucking around with that Alice Coltrane sample tho… urgh, it’s dutty time.

Unsound Dislocation Project: Announcement part 2

After unveiling a first wave of names for their Dislocation Project which is said to focus on “exploring the collapsed relationship between periphery and centre, the shifting idea of borders, and the specificity of place”, Unsound just revealed the second part of the events’ line-up, which’ll be staggered between 2016 and 2018 all around the globe.

Paul Marmota: Aire

Paul Marmota projects the interplay between our minds’ fantasies fueled by the Internet, video games and the omnipotent media and compares them to the brutality of everyday life which can come scarily close to these illusions.

Unsound Festival 2015

The combination of obscure venue locations, sophisticated lighting design and diverse programming carved out a strong aesthetic for the festival – Unsound impressed. Big time.

Livity Sound: Livity Sound

CD1
1. Pev & Kowton – Beneath Radar (Kowton Version)
2. Pev & Kowton – Raw Code
3. Kowton – More Games
4. Pev – Aztec Chant
5. Pev & Asusu – Remnants
6. Asusu – Sister
7. Pev – Erosions
8. Asusu – Rendering
9. Pev – Livity

CD2
1. Pev & Asusu – Surge
2. Kowton – Jam01
3. Pev & Kowton – Vapours
4. Asusu – Velez
5. Pev & Kowton – Junked
6. Pev – Saltwater
7. Pev & Kowton – End Point
8. Asusu – Too Much Time Has Passed
9. Pev & Kowton – Beneath Radar (Pev Version)

Ghosts

We caught up with Ghosts to discuss their music, the misconceptions of being anti-social bedroom producers and Dublin’s music scene.

Walton: Beyond

A1 Beyond
A2 Need To Feel
A3 Help Me Out
A4 Can’t U See
B1 You & Me
B2 Love On The Dancefloor
B3 Every Night
C1 Memories
C2 Frisbee
C3 Take My Love
D1 Grit
D2 Amazon
D3 City Of God